The Australian Open hasn’t started yet, but there has already been drama and back and forth.
Not on the court, but in the court.
Novak Djokovic, the reigning champion, thought he could enter Australia despite not being vaccinated.
But his visa was cancelled and he was detained, possibly read to be deported. But a judge decided that his treatment was unreasonable and he was allowed to stay.
Australian journalist Georgie Tunny takes us through the past crazy week down under, and Heidi Larson, the director of the Vaccine Confidence Project, discusses what this all means for how we treat the unvaccinated.
Sources: Sky News, CBS News, Daily Mail, BBC News